MoxiWorks goes for Upstream’s jugular

Real estate technology firm MoxiWorks has thrown down the gauntlet, casting its own data service MoxiCloud as a replacement for Upstream, the controversial broker data management platform funded by the National Association of Realtors until a sudden split last month.

The essential guide to 2019 real estate events

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Miami Association of Realtors partners with Mexican trade group

The Miami Association of Realtors has inked partnerships with 15 local chapters of the Mexican Association of Real Estate Professionals. 

Ohio Realtors name insider as new CEO after ‘exhaustive’ search

Scott R. Williams will take the reins from Ohio Realtors’ current CEO, Robert E. Fletcher who is retiring after nine years as CEO and a total of 28 years at the association. Williams will be Ohio Realtors’ seventh CEO since the association’s inception …

Arizona Realtors get Lone Wolf transaction software

TransactionDesk will be made available to Arizona’s 50,000 Realtors under the deal.

Inman Person of the Year 2018: Kenya Burrell-VanWormer

Under Burrell-VanWormer’s leadership, the Houston Association of Realtors opposed and questioned proposals by NAR to raise dues. So what’s next?

‘Active adult’ community refused housing for disabled couple: HUD

A New Jersey condo association, billed as being an “active adult” community for homeowners 55 and older, will have to shell out $9,000 to settle allegations it prevented a man with disabilities and his wife from buying a home in which they planned to l…

The long, messy road to NAR’s costly breakup with Upstream

After reaching out to pilot brokerages and multiple listing services nationwide, it appears brokerages may not be using Upstream at all.

The long, messy road to NAR’s costly breakup with Upstream

After reaching out to pilot brokerages and multiple listing services nationwide, it appears brokerages may not be using Upstream at all.

NAR restructures, launches emerging tech team

The trade group, which has more than 1.3 million members, says staffing changes to its advocacy, marketing communications, member experience and technology groups will also bolster its lobbying efforts and better communication to its members.